Title 생강마름썩음병의 발병분포 및 방제에 관하여
Author 소인형 · 김형무
Address 전북대학교 농과대학 농학과
Bibliography Korean Journal of Microbiology, 18(4),172-179, 1980
Key Words On the occurrence and control of the rhizome rot of the common ginger caused by fusarium oxysporum f. zingiberi
Abstract The rhizome rot of ginger, caused by fusarium oxysporum f.zingiberi, gives a great deal of damages to the ginger farming in Korea. Main symptoms to the disease include the yellowing and blighting of the stems as the rotting of rhizomes. The infection rate was 20 percent in Bongdong, Jeonbug, whereas 10 percent in Susan, Chungnam. The rate was higher at the farm where gingers had been cultivated for many years. To control the disease, soil fungicides Dowfum MC-2 and Tolene C-17 were turned out to be more effective than Di-Trapex nad Daconil. Treatment of Benlate to the rhizome pieces, which were cut for propagation, also showed a better result as compared with that of Othocide. Dual treatment of both Dowfum MC-2 or Tolene C-17 to the farm soil and Benlate to the rhizome pieces was recommended for the best chemical control.
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